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After the bomb under the house went off, Mickey sent Lavonne back east and moved into the Samo Canyon bungalow, wondering who the fuck wanted him dead.
Sign number three comes not long after, when I hear through the grapevine that Michael Schoeffling has moved somewhere back east to become a carpenter, settle down, and raise a family with his childhood sweetheart of a wife.
As the aircraft banked sharply and turned back east they came in line with the longest inlet of them all, Sondre Stromfjord, with the bleak and sparse settlement of Kangerlussuaq scattered over the valley at its head.
I loaned Jane my extra-warm down coat when she went back east last January.
That night we heard her screechin’ at Slade that she was goin’ back east and takin’ her boys with her.